Photos, Student Privacy, Media Literacy, and Digital Citizenship
Photos, videos, and social media are integral to our lives. Schools are actively promoting media literacy and digital citizenship principles, but it is often difficult to put these teachings into practice. It’s important to teach students to make the right decisions and guide them with tools that encourage them to apply what they’ve been taught. […]
How is Vidigami different from Google Drive and SmugMug?
Google Drive is file storage, and while convenient for saving files, it’s not designed to tag, organize or display visual content. This applies to OneDrive, Dropbox, and any other file storage solution. Smugmug is a consumer photo management application designed mostly for selling photos, not necessarily for collaborative media management. Aside from being able to […]
Keeping Your Visual Content in Check
More than ever, considering how you manage photos for your school and your community is important because it involves consideration of your policies related to data security, privacy, publicity as well as content ownership. Thousands of photos are taken throughout the school year by staff, students, and families. These photos visually document the school experience […]